Dorsal Night Splint – Drop Foot Brace, Plantar Fasciitis, Achilles Tendonitis Relief

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LESS PAIN & DISCOMFORT – This drop foot brace helps provide much-needed relief from painful plantar fasciitis symptoms. Wake up the next day feeling better and ready to tackle the day.

GENTLY EXTENDS YOUR FOOT – By keeping your foot stretched while you sleep, this plantar fasciitis splint can help eliminate stress and pain on the calf and soft tissue of your foot.

COMFORTABLE FIT ALL NIGHT LONG – Lightweight and featuring an open heel design, this dorsal splint also allows you to set the right foot-stretching tension with its adjustable hook closures.

SLEEP IN ANY POSITION – Unlike other braces that restrict movement, this plantar fasciitis brace has an open heel design that allows you to comfortably sleep on your back, stomach, or side.

PERFECT BEGINNER SPLINT – New to night-time foot bracing? Unlike other foot braces that bend further than 90 degrees, this night splint applies pressure without causing pain or discomfort.

Product Description

Description

Say goodbye to aching feet in the morning with the DMEforLess Dorsal Night Splint.

This orthotic brace helps you manage pain caused by drop foot, plantar fasciitis, and Achilles tendinitis, especially while you sleep. It also helps provide much-needed relief from discomfort caused by heel pain and calf muscle cramps.

The foot brace is soft, lightweight, and breathable so you can wear it for hours without feeling restricted. The open toe and adjustable forefoot design also adds comfort and flexibility to the brace.

This drop foot brace also works great if you are nursing a foot injury. It helps keep your foot fixed in a secure position to speed up healing.

 

Additional information

Additional information

Weight0.01875 lbs
Dimensions9.5 × 5.5 × 2.0 in
size

LG/XL, SM/MD

Size Chart & Fit Help

Important:

  • This splint will feel awkward when you first begin wearing it.
  • It takes most people roughly 10 days to get used to wearing this splint for a full night.

When should my pain go away?  While there is not an exact time frame, most people begin to feel relief within the first week.

Can I walk in my splint?  No. This product is non weight bearing.  Please do not walk in it.

How long should I wear my splint? Most likely you will need to build up tolerance to wearing your splint for a full night sleep.  This process typically takes about 2 weeks.  To start, wear your splint for 1-2 hours while you are sitting and resting in the evening.  Another option when beginning is to keep your splint near the side of your bed, then 10 minutes prior to getting out of bed apply your night splint.  Remember to remove your splint before getting out of bed and walking.

It is okay if my toes hang over the edge or do not come all the way to the edge of my splint?  Either fit is fine.  The most important point to keep in mind is that you want a good stretch in your foot.  If you wear your brace and begin to experience pain relief, it is working.  If you are not getting a relief, you may need a different size.

Product Questions

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Question:

When should my pain go away?

k.johnson
26-Feb-2021

Answer:

While there is not an exact time frame, most people begin to feel relief within the first week.

Question:

Can I walk in my splint?

k.johnson
26-Feb-2021

Answer:

No. This product is non weight bearing. Please do not walk in it.

Question:

How long should I wear my splint?

k.johnson
26-Feb-2021

Answer:

Most likely you will need to build up tolerance to wearing your splint for a full night sleep. This process typically takes about 2 weeks. To start, wear your splint for 1-2 hours while you are sitting and resting in the evening. Another option when beginning is to keep your splint near the side of your bed, then 10 minutes prior to getting out of bed apply your night splint. Remember to remove your splint before getting out of bed and walking.

Question:

It is okay if my toes hang over the edge or do not come all the way to the edge of my splint?

k.johnson
26-Feb-2021

Answer:

Either fit is fine. The most important point to keep in mind is that you want a good stretch in your foot. If you wear your brace and begin to experience pain relief, it is working. If you are not getting a relief, you may need a different size.

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More than 2 million people in the US receive treatment for plantar fasciitis, according to statistics.

Do you always wake up to painful feet whenever you get out of bed? You might be dealing with plantar fasciitis, which is caused by damaged or torn ligaments – usually as a result of your feet bearing heavy pressure for prolonged periods of time.

The pain typically eases as you start walking around. However, if you keep ignoring plantar fasciitis symptoms, those small tears on your ligament can eventually grow larger and cause more pain in the future.

Need more time to make a decision? Here are more reasons to love this plantar fasciitis night splint:

  • Slips on easily
  • May be worn on the left or right foot
  • Durable polymer stay
  • Soft padding under the foot pad for extra comfort
  • Perfect gift for those who frequently deal with foot pain

Give your feet the support it needs to recover.

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